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AIM Aviation Acquires Altitude Aerospace Interiors

AIM Aviation acquired Altitude Aerospace Interiors from Air New Zealand


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AIM Aviation, a company that designs custom cabin interiors, acquired Altitude Aerospace Interiors from Air New Zealand.  Altitude Aerospace Interiors is strategically positioned for the Far East and Australasian markets, which compliments AIM Aviation’s current strong presence in Europe, the Middle East and North America. 

AIM Aviation and Altitude Aerospace Interiors services cover the entire cabin interior from cockpit to rear pressure bulkhead, including premium monuments and bar units, lounges seat modules, galleys and stowage.

With the big backlog of new aircraft, the global commercial aviation industry is expected to see significant increase in air traffic. Strategic acquisitions such as this create a less fragmented market and prepare companies to be better globally equipped to manage future demand. 

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